What is this story about ?

When I was younger, the stories always ended with a moral. A lesson with the each story was a compulsive necessity. At first, we were told the morals, and then we were asked to find them. Our stories had kings, queens, magicians, elephants, crows and beggars. The honesty was celebrated, the evil was shamed, the…

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Creepy little diary of Chottu

An extract from the dairy of friendly little face from neighborhood, Chottu (13 years old Domestic help of Verma family) . Warning : Confidential, fictitious and brainless. Date: 7 Sitembar, Sanischar Dear Dairy, I Chottu. But that not my real name. My real name Bansi Lal Khuswa from Basti village near Gorakhpur but when i…

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And The Bookers’ Goes to! Past Winners from India #AtoZChallenge

My theme for #AtoZChallenge is Indian Writing in English. Here is my first post    The fact is that all of the Indian authors who have won Man Booker Prize are alive and healthy. That shows that India arrived on Bookers’ rader little later than expected. It all started with Salman Rushdie extra-ordinary  narration in Mid-night’s Children. He…

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Book Review: The Secret of the Nagas

As, I promised, here is the review of The Secret of the Nagas, the part II of Shiva Trilogy, created by Amish Tripathi.  The story starts from where Immortals of Meluha ended.  (You can read my review of Immortals of Meluha here) After defecting the Chandravanshi’s in the war, Shiva and his troops discover that the Nagas, chief…

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